She stood there, speechless.The words had given her such a great shock.She had never expected such words,that too,from the one to whom she had given so much. . . . . . . Their happy voices indicated the fun they were having in playing together.They shouted and yelled as they ran,and finally sat down on… Continue reading A Bond Broken by Kindness
I lived with my Grandmother in a stately old mansion, since the day my parents were no more. But I couldn’t remember that day. Neither could any of my friends, or anyone else I knew. I thought, perhaps, that my very, very old Grandmother was about the only person who knew how I was left… Continue reading An Orphan Experiences Prejudice
Today, Anna was too angry. Early in the morning, before school, she had asked her aunt whether she could go for the school picnic. Anna’s parents were both dead, and she lived with her aunt, Mrs. Lynn Laurence, her uncle, Mr. Harry Laurence, and her cousin, Marie. Marie and Anna studied in the same school.… Continue reading Not her daughter . . . after all
The magic words....Once Upon A Time, which you find at the beginning of almost every book and story. Even if the words are not there, you can still sense their presence, as the beginning of the story itself means "Once upon a time." As you delve deeper into the story, the story still continues the… Continue reading Once upon a time . . . .